Creators will earn up to $35,000 a month as Facebook Reels goes global
Meta, the parent company of Facebook has announced that Reels will now be available on iOS and Android in over 150 countries around the world for creators to earn money from its new creation tools in the coming months.
He said in a press release seen by Nairametrics that it’s part of the variety of opportunities he creates for creators to earn up to $35,000 a month – based on their qualifying reel views – in as part of its Reels game bonus program, a $1 billion investment for creators.
The tech company also said that the update will include; reels in stories, reels in watch, top of feed and suggestion reels in feed, to facilitate crosspost sharing by creators – reel sharing with their Facebook and Instagram audience.
What Meta says about development
According to the tech giant, it wants to expand the bonus program to more countries, so more creators can be rewarded for creating reels their communities love.
It said, “Building on our deep experience in helping creators earn meaningful revenue through our monetization products like Continuous Ads and Stars, we’re also creating direct monetization options for Facebook Reels through ad revenue sharing. and fan support.”
Adding that it is expanding testing of Facebook Reels overlay ads to all creators in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, and other countries in the coming weeks, he noted, “We’re starting with two formats: banner ads that appear as a semi-transparent overlay on the bottom of a Facebook reel, and sticky ads: a static image ad that can be placed by a creator anywhere in its reel.These non-interrupting ads allow creators to earn a portion of ad revenue.
While he says the development will be available in mid-March, he added that he is also looking to include other developments such as new tools that allow creators to earn more with ads and stars.
“We’ve been testing full-screen, immersive ads between Facebook Reels since October last year, and we’ll be rolling them out to more locations around the world over the coming months,” It said.
Prior to this launch, Reels was available on Facebook in India, Mexico, Canada, United States, and is now available across Sub-Saharan Africa: Zimbabwe, Zambia, Uganda, Tanzania, Swaziland, South Africa, Seychelles, Senegal, Rwanda, Nigeria. , Namibia, Mali, Malawi, Lesotho, Kenya, Guinea, Ghana, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Burkina Faso.
What you should know
Facebook Reels was first launched in the United States in September last year and allows creators to share short video content on Facebook or post cross-reels from Instagram to reach more audiences. large.